Old Sarum is a private small airfield tucked away in the picturesque countryside near Salisbury in Wiltshire. It is bustling with club activities and has a friendly, yet professional environment, making it the perfect place for your first flight in a light aircraft. This historic location is one of the UK's oldest operational airfields. Built in 1917, it has contributed significantly to the development of British aviation and many of its associations for more than 100 years. Old Sarum's original flying field has been utilised continually for aviation since it opened as a training depot station during World War I. For people who come and use the airfield today, this history and the three WWI grade 2 listed hangars offer a distinctive backdrop. All in all - an inspiring base of operations for parachuting, flight instruction, and helicopter flights. Old Sarum utilises a grass surface runway - dimensions are 781m by 40m.
Old Sarum Airfield Ltd
Old Sarum Airfield is located in the village of Old Sarum in Wiltshire, located on the northern outskirts of the cathedral city of Salisbury via the A345. The nearest train station is Sailsbury, and a taxi from the station to the airfield takes just under 15 minutes.